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We are pleased to announce that Homeboy Industries has received a three-year, $150,000 grant from The California Wellness Foundation in support of job training and wrap-around support services.
Fr. Greg Boyle has said “Nothing stops a bullet like a job,” but in order to maintain steady employment, individuals must be mentally healthy. Homeboy provides free, comprehensive therapeutic services that help clients do the inner work necessary to address years of complex trauma. It is not uncommon for a Homeboy client to grow up navigating a minefield of physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, gang violence, loss, and abandonment. It is no wonder that Fr. Greg encourages us “not to stand in judgment of what they have done, but in awe of what they carry.”
Homeboy’s wellness programs—including psychotherapy, support groups, peer mentorship, and exercise—help trainees like Russell find their true selves. Russell recently said: “I came here without the intention of talking to anyone—I just wanted to work. All my life, I just tried to be quiet and listen to other people. But now that I’m getting to know people at Homeboy, I’m getting ‘soft.’ I’m talking more than I ever have before.”
The “Training to Work” Program will open 150 new positions in job training and certification in the Business, Culinary & Food, Construction Trades, and Manufacturing fields.
LOS ANGELES, CA (June 29, 2015) – Homeboy Industries—the largest and most successful re-entry and gang rehabilitation program— is one of three organizations in California to benefit from the U.S. Department of Labor’s “Training to Work” commitment to improving employment opportunities for previously incarcerated adults and youth.
Homeboy Industries will use this grant to expand planning, implementation, and follow-up related to the Homeboy Career Pathways Collaborative, which will provide 150 new openings for formerly incarcerated men and women to receive job training and certification in the business, culinary & food, construction trades, and manufacturing fields over the course of 39 months.
“At Homeboy Industries, our need to provide necessary services to our clients to overcome their criminal pasts often outmatches our access to funds,” said Thomas Vozzo, CEO of Homeboy Industries. “We are extremely grateful to the Department of Labor for this grant and for this recognition of the strength of our programs. We will use this grant to provide specialized job training that will help Homeboy clients become more confident and better equipped to reenter society as productive, fully engaged citizens—a transformative process that is at the core of Homeboy’s wrap-around services.”
The Homeboy Career Pathways Collaborative will help revitalize the City of Los Angeles – a designated Promise Zone by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – while fulfilling Homeboy’s mission to provide hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women, offering an “exit ramp” from a cycle of crime and violence.
The “Training to Work” grant also allows Homeboy to expand upon its business and culinary & food programs to now include construction trades and manufacturing. The program will provide case management, mentoring, and education to help their clients meet individualized career goals set early in the training process. While with Homeboy, they will move through a multi-phase training program that includes pre-enrollment tutoring, vocational training, work readiness training, and testing that will lead to industry-recognized credentials.
When David Andrade went to prison, he was still a teenager. When he was released in 2013, he was a 28-year-old man who’d never held a job. Given the opportunity to train at Homeboy Industries, he took his job seriously, even when he was cleaning toilets on the maintenance crew.
Peer mentorship—simply looking out for one another—is part of Homeboy culture, and it wasn’t long before others noticed David’s work ethic. Hawking bread for Homeboy Farmers Markets, he doubled sales for his location. He did stints in the Employment Services department and the computer lab. Finally Jose Osuna, a former trainee who used to direct our Solar Panel training program and was recently made Director of External Affairs, encouraged David to enroll in Solar Panel.
David liked the idea of being able to build a real career, but he was nervous. “I didn’t want to fail,” he said. “People had these high expectations. I wanted to quit, but [Employment Counselor] Thaddeus pushed me.”
David graduated from the Solar Panel program in 2014. Now he’s the one pushing others to succeed. As Assistant Program Coordinator, he tutors cohorts of 30-plus students at a time, preparing them for a series of three photovoltaics classes at East Los Angeles Skills Center, our program partner. His current batch of 31 students have a 100% pass rate so far.
The program is open to members of Homeboy’s 18-month Job Training program as well as community clients. David makes sure that trainees are “held” according to Homeboy’s therapeutic model; he checks in with them and encourages them, developing trusting relationships that are the antithesis of street culture.
“I talk to everyone about their lives,” David says. “They say, ‘David, I can’t do it.’ I say, ‘Look, man, I know you’re stressed out, but I want you to have a career and help your family.’”
Another part of his job is to place Solar Panel students with partner companies once they graduate. The most recent class had 19 grads. So far, David has found positions for 17 of them.
“I love getting texts from students saying that interviews went well,” he says. He admits that when he first got out of prison, he assumed he’d end up back there. But now, “I want to give back to Homeboy because they gave so much to me. My family is proud of me now. I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life, but now I’m really doing something.”
On May 28th, Jose Osuna, newly named Director of External Affairs for Homeboy Industries, was part of a PICO delegation that met with key members of President Obama's staff at the White House. The delegation was made up of formerly incarcerated people, clergy, and community leaders from the states of New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Ohio, Florida, Louisiana, and California.
The group was there to deliver more than 8500 signed petitions calling on President Obama to #BanTheBox on Federal job applications and to create #FairChance federal hiring practices. This is part of the policy and advocacy work that Homeboy Industries does through its community organizing efforts. The group also discussed low-income housing policies in regards to formerly incarcerated people and the obstacles these policies present for family re-unification.
Photo credit: Heather Wilson, PICO National
Homeboy Industries is grateful to the Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation, which recently made a grant in support of our Job Training program and wrap-around services. The Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation is a long-time supporter of Homeboy Industries, and their gift will help our clients break the intergenerational cycle of violence and poverty.
When Natalie came to Homeboy as a trainee, she wanted to improve her life and become a role model for her children. Today, she works as a Homeboy case manager, and her son just graduated from our charter high school, Learning Works.
“This is the first graduation of my son’s I’ll get to see—for the others, I was in prison,” Natalie recalled. “I want to thank everyone at Homeboy for giving me back myself so I can be there for my son.”
Homeboy Industries’ Every Angeleno Counts 5K and Festival 2015
Click here to view the brand new website for 2015 at www.EveryAngelenoCounts.org!
On Saturday, October 24, 2015 more than 5,000 folks of all ages will gather for a morning-long festival celebrating the worth of every Angeleno and the work of Homeboy Industries.
The Festival includes a 5K Run, an art exhibition and sale featuring 50+ renowned and emerging artists in a variety of media, activities for children, performances by eclectic musical artists, a vendor village selling handicrafts and artisan treats, and the first ever Homegirl Café Football Field Lunch (imagine tacos with 1,000 of your closest friends).
"Homeboy Industries stands against the idea that there might be lives out there that matter less than other lives," Father Greg Boyle, Founder and Executive Director of Homeboy Industries proclaimed into the bull horn at last year’s event. "Put more positively: Every Angeleno counts. And your being here this morning announces that with your feet."
Each year over 10,000 formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women from across Southern California come through Homeboy Industries’ doors in an effort to make a positive change. They are welcomed into a community of mutuality, kinship and respect. And they receive a wide variety of services ranging from tattoo removal to anger management and parenting classes so they can move on from Homeboy Industries and become contributing members of the community - knowing they count.
Join us as a runner or walker, donor or sponsor, volunteer or cheerleader. Every Angeleno Counts.
August 10th & 11th - 2nd Annual Global Homeboy Network Gathering
Sunday, August 9th from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Homegirl Café, 130 W. Bruno St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Monday, August 10th & Tuesday, August 11th
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: The California Endowment, 1000 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Summer is here… but, before too long, it will be back-to-school time!!
To support the educational goals of our Homeboy community, we are holding our 3rd Annual Back-To-School Drive throughout the month of July.
If you can add a few school supplies to your own student’s shopping trip, please know that any contribution to this effort, large or small, is very much appreciated. It all adds up!! And we are very grateful.
Throughout this month we will be accepting school supplies for students of many ages, all of whom we hope to supply with the much needed tools for success. Aside from the 200+ school-age (K-12) children of our trainees, and the 75+ adults enrolled in community college and vocational training, there are usually over 100 students enrolled at Learning Works @ Homeboy, our charter high school in Boyle Heights. We especially want to support this partnership, since these are kids that would not be in high school if not for the wonderful program, compassionate teachers and tenacious staff of Learning Works!
We want to offer our support and encouragement to all of these students, so they feel the love from their community and the pride in accomplishing something so important. We know that an education is the gift that keeps on giving. In Homeboy-style, let's make sure they know: "We got your back!"
So, please join us in our 3rd Annual Back-To-School Drive throughout the month of July. We can accept donations of any of the following unused school supplies:
Backpacks, calculators, 3-ring binders, lined filler paper, spiral notebooks, folders, report covers, rulers, pens, pencils, sharpeners, erasers, colored pencils, highlighters, white out, glue sticks, gift cards, etc.
We will distribute these supplies on August 3rd in a Back-To-School event. We want all of these students to succeed - and we know it takes a village!!
You can drop-off at our headquarters at 130 W. Bruno St., Los Angeles, CA 90012 from M-F 7:30am-5pm. You can also mail them to that address, ATTN: Educational Services.
Please direct questions to Sara at email@example.com.
Thank you very much for your continued support and for making this Back-To-School season less stressful for so many of those in need. We appreciate your efforts!!
Saturday, April 11, 2015 | JW Mariott at L.A. Live | Lo Maximo Awards and Dinner
After the laughing and crying, Homeboy hugs and high fives – Homeboy Industries’ annual fundraiser is the most important night for the organization each year.
With your help, in 2015 Homeboy Industries will provide a welcoming place for 10,000 gang members and formerly incarcerated men and women to leave behind hopeless pasts filled with poverty, abuse, and criminal activity.
Proceeds from Lo Máximo will support free job training program and wrap-around services like mental health and substance abuse support, educational and legal services, tattoo removal and so much more.
You know that the work is important and the evening is an inspiration.
Commit as a Community Sponsor or above by February 9, 2015 and we’ll acknowledge you on the invitation we send later in the month.
Cruise Alaska's Inside Passage on the Celebrity Solstice June 12-19, 2015 with Father Greg. Read more and book now.
The eight-day cruise itinerary includes: :
Through the cruise Father Greg will share stories and wisdom gleaned from life with the men and women of Homeboy Industries. And he'll celebrate mass daily. This is a unique opportunity to travel with Father Greg and it will surely be a transformative experience.
When you use code 55837 to book your cruise, you'll be invited to a welcome reception and receive a personalized autographed copy of his book Tattoos on the Heart. Reserve your spot today.
Open House - Saturday, November 1st 5:30-7:30
130 W. Bruno Street - Los Angeles, CA 90012
Drop by Homeboy Headquarters to sample and pre-order holiday delectables from tamales and granola to cookies and Homegirl’s special coffee brew.
This year only, taste a 2010 Santa Lucia Highlands Chardonnay produced by Speratus Winery.Order as a gift and 100% of the proceeds benefit Homeboy Industries.
AND, enjoy a reprise of the EVERY ANGELENO COUNTS ART SHOW & SALE that made its debut on October 18th as part of this year's 5K Run. Proceeds from sales benefit Homeboy Industries.
Tasting fee is $15 and can be applied to your purchase or pre-order of gifts!
Please click here to register.
Saturday, November 1st beginning at 6:30 p.m.
It’s a new tradition! Seasonal family style dinner at the Homegirl Café topped off by Transformation Stories from men and women working through Homeboy Industries’ program.
The evening begins with light bites, libations and a wine auction. Attire is casual, but bring your credit card.
Attire is casual. Space is limited. Tickets are $75. Be prepared to be wowed by the company, the food, and the amazing work that goes on at Homeboy Industries.
Please click here to register.
Homeboy Industries and Children’s Institute, Inc. present our 2nd Community Roundtable
"The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children"
Tuesday, September 23rd
Children's Institute, Inc. (Otis Booth Campus)
2121 Temple St.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Friday, June 13th
7th Annual Fatherhood Solution Conference
Westin LAX Hotel
5400 West Century Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
I’ve attached the conference brochure and below is the link to the registration website:
Join us on May 29th for Transformation Stories Live in the intimate setting of Homegirl Café. Celebrate the lives of the men and women who courageously choose the path of transformation every day at Homeboy Industries as we gather together to hear their stories.
2014 Homeboy Hero Jose Rodriguez and Homeboy trainees will share their stories. The program will be preceded by food and cocktails catered by Homegirl Café.
The event is $12 per person. Proceeds support Homeboy Industries.
When: Thursday, May 29; reception at 5:30, hourlong program at 6 p.m.
Where: Homegirl Café, 130 Bruno St., Los Angeles, CA, 90012
Please RSVP here: https://homeboyind.wufoo.com/forms/rsvp-for-transformation-stories-live/
“PLACAS: THE MOST DANGEROUS TATTOO” Paul S. Flores & San Francisco International Arts Festival present “Healing from Violence” A Conversation with Alex Sanchez of Homies Unidos, Father Greg Boyle of Homeboy Industries and Jerry Tello of National Compadres Network & National Latino Fatherhood and Family Institute Friday, April 4th, 2014. 5:30pm-7:00pm (updated times), FREE at Los Angeles Theater Center (LATC) 514 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013 You are invited to attend this special conversation with community leaders working on local, national and international levels who will be discussing the topic of “Healing from Violence.”
On Thursday, March 20, 2014, in collaboration with Homeboy Industries, Children's Institute, Inc. will hold a one-day community roundtable to discuss several of the issues related to helping individuals successfully reintegrate into society after incarceration. We hope you'll join us! Click on the image for more information.
Please join us Saturday, December 14 at 4 p.m. for a special holiday edition of our ongoing Transformation Stories events. Experience inspiring stories of kinship and courage from Homeboy trainees, enjoy tamales from Homegirl Cafe and enter the raffle to win a gorgeous gingerbread house from Homeboy Bakery! From the margins to finding the Homeboy community, Homeboy trainees will share their experiences, revealing how while working at Homeboy their lives have been changed and how community trumps gang.
Learn how you can become a sustaining member of the Homeboy Industries community during the holidays and beyond, through our monthly giving program, Tattoos on the Heart.
This afternoon of kinship will feature tamales, as well as other light bites and aguas frescas from Homegirl Café.
Transformation Stories Saturday, December 14th, 2013 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (light bites at 4, program at 4:30) Homegirl Cafe 130 West Bruno Street Los Angeles, California 90012 Come on down. Please bring a friend. Admission by donation.
Presented by Tattoos on the Heart, Homeboy Industries’ new monthly giving program.
Easy monthly giving funds major monthly transformations.
FIGHTING SHADOWS by RICHARD CABRAL, with ROBERT EGAN This is a passionate and poignant one man show celebrating the power of human transformation and redemption. The play is filled with story, poetry, music and love. Raised by a single mother in East Los Angeles, Richard fell victim to the self-destructive cycle that he and his family were born into -- gangs and drug addiction, and a life of crime that began in his early teens. By the age of 14, Richard was incarcerated. By 20 he was accused of shooting a rival gang member and fought a 35-year-to-life sentence. Through his art as actor and storyteller and his relationship with Homeboy Industries, Richard would turn his former life of pain into a thing of beauty. Richard now helps others who still struggle with the violent lives they were born into -- to see the light as he did. This one man show is his story. Richard Cabral is a professional actor who grew up in the gang world of East Los Angeles. He was recently awarded Homeboy Industries “Homeboy Hero Award” given to the former gang member who has moved on, 'graduated" from the Homeboy program, someone who has most profoundly transformed his/her life. Richard has been in five feature films, numerous television shows and now this, his first major theatre piece. His most recent movie appearance was in the Ridley Scott film, THE COUNSELOR. Robert Egan is a professional director, dramaturge and producer. He was the Producing Artistic Director of the Mark Taper Forum for 20 seasons and presently is the Artistic Director/Producer of the Ojai Playwrights Conference. Robert has worked with Homeboy Industries for over a decade and was one of the original creators of the Lo Maximo Award ceremony. Suggested $10 donation at the door. Tickets are free. RSVP REQUIRED Performance at Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, California 90013
Join us this Saturday for the 4th annual Homeboy Industries 5K Run/Walk at Los Angeles State Historic Park!
Early packet pick-up is at Homegirl Café on Friday, the night before the race, from 3-7 p.m.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
6-7:30 a.m. - On-site registration and packet pick-up
8 a.m. - Race time
The Homeboy Marketplace will be open until 11 a.m. with food and fun for everyone!
Los Angeles State Historic Park
1245 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA
On-site registration will be $45.00/adults, $20.00/kids $40.00/team members. We will accept cash, credit cards & checks.
-Donate to support Team Homeboy as our homeboys and homegirls run alongside case managers, employment services counselors and volunteer teachers. We'll all say thanks!
The Los Angeles Paralegal Association is holding a wine tasting on August 22. Proceeds from the event will go to support job training and the free services and programs offered at Homeboy Industries. Homeboy speakers will be on hand to share their experiences and answer questions. Learn more and register at www.lapa.org.
Smothers Theater, Pepperdine University
June 23rd, 2013 at 7:30 pm
Tickets are on sale NOW!
Tickets can be purchased in person at the Smothers Theater box office, over the phone at (310) 506-4522, or online at http://pepperdinearts.ticketforce.com/.
VIP Tickets @ $250 include a private post-performance dessert reception with the artists and Father Greg Boyle
Additional tickets are $75 and $45.
Proceeds support job training and wraparound services for formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women at Homeboy Industries. Call (323) 526-1254 x312 with questions. In addition to regular reserved seating tickets, a select number of VIP packages will be available, which will include premium seating within the first three rows, a limited-edition commemorative concert poster, and a meet-and-greet opportunity with Kristofferson, John Flynn, and Homeboy Industries founder Fr. Gregory Boyle after the show.
Thanks to audience support, "G-DOG" has been held over once again through May 19th at Laemmle theaters in Pasadena and Claremont. Saturday, May 18th - 11am // Sunday, May 19th - 11am. Thanks for spreading the word to your friends and family!
* Laemmle Playhouse 7, 673 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101
* Laemmle Claremont 5, 450 W. 2nd St., Claremont, CA 91711
Check out the trailer: G-DOG Trailer
Purchase tickets: Online Tickets
If you missed the SoCal theatrical debut of "G-DOG" last week, you're in luck!! Due to popular demand, "G-DOG", the new documentary about Homeboy and Father Greg, has been extended through this weekend at Laemmle theaters in Santa Monica, North Hollywood, Pasadena and Claremont. Saturday, May 4th - 11am // Sunday, May 5th - 11am.
Join Academy Award-winner, Freida Lee Mock, for a special Q&A following the screening of "G-DOG" in Santa Monica.
Join Homeboy staff for Q&A's following the screenings in NoHo, Pasadena and Claremont.
* Laemmle Monica 4-Plex, 1332 2nd Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
* Laemmle NoHo 7, 5240 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601
* Laemmle Playhouse 7, 673 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101
* Laemmle Claremont 5, 450 W. 2nd St., Claremont, CA 91711
Check out the trailer: G-DOG Trailer
Purchase tickets: Online Tickets
Get your copy today from the Homeboy Industries Merchandise Store and Online.
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE THE DVD NOW
G-Dog is a story about second chances - about the charismatic visionary Greg Boyle, a Jesuit priest who rescues kids from gangs by launching the largest, most successful gang intervention and rehab program, Homeboy Industries, now an international model. "Must See Film..." - Huffington Post "Inspirational" - LA Times "Amazing Film" - Film Talk, KPCC "Riveting…Brilliantly Told" - Latino Weekly Review
Please swing by and support the Homeboy booth at the upcoming LA Times Festival of Books!!! Saturday, April 20th and Sunday, April 21st. We'll be near the cooking stage and food trucks in the Blue Zone on Cromwell Field at USC - Booth #2081. Father Greg will be signing his NY Times best-seller, Tattoos on the Heart, and Homegirl Cafe Chef Pati Zarate will sign her beautiful, brand-new cookbook, Hungry for Life. Father Greg will be available: Saturday, 10-11am/4:30-6pm & Sunday, 12-5pm. Chef Pati will be available all throughout each day. We look forward to seeing you there!! Free and open to the public. For more info, go to the event website at: http://events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks/
The Napa Valley Film Festival (NVFF) is thrilled to present the documentary "G-Dog", by Academy Award-winner Freida Lee Mock, as the first event of the 2013 NVFF K-12 Education & Outreach Program. After a well-received screening at last November's festival, the NVFF wants to continue sharing this important story with the community. Homeboy staffers and "G-Dog" co-stars, Hector Verdugo and Fabian Debora, will attend the screenings and discussions. Please join them at one of the following shows: Tuesday, April 16th, 5:30-8pm - Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School Auditorium. Wednesday, April 17th, 5:30-9pm - Napa District Auditorium. Thursday, April 18th, 6:30-9:30pm - American Canyon High School Auditorium. Possible additional screening in Calistoga TBA. Admission is free for students with ID, and $5 for adults. Tickets sold at door. More info at: http://napavalleyfilmfest.org/2013/gdog-edu/
The 37th Cleveland International Film Festival will screen the new documentary, "G-Dog", for two nights. One of its stars, Homeboy Substance Abuse Counselor and resident artist, Fabian Debora, will be in attendance, along with Academy Award-winner, Freida Lee Mock. Two screenings: Friday, April 5th, 7:10pm. Saturday, April 6th, 4:40pm. Tower City Cinemas, Tower City Center, 230 W. Huron Road, Cleveland, OH 44113. For more info, go to: http://www.clevelandfilm.org/films/2013/g-dog.
For those Homeboy supporters who live Down Under, please go support the Closing Night screening of "G-Dog", the new doco about Homeboy Industries and Father Greg, by Academy Award winner Freida Mock. Homeboy staffers, and "G-Dog" stars, Louis Perez and Fabian Debora, will be there to welcome you with big, open arms! Please stop by to say g'day and lend your support. Tuesday, March 5th. 6pm. Big Picture Film Festival, Event Cinemas, Sydney, Australia. Tickets required. More info at: http://www.thebigpicture.org.au/wordpress/?event=g-dog-closing-night-film-plus-supper-package
Saturday, December 15, 2012
8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Los Angeles State Historic Park
Join us for a great morning in the park to support Homeboy Industries!
- Registration & check-in open at 6:00am
- Come early for breakfast and shopping in the Homeboy Marketplace
- Race begins at 8am
- Stay late for post-race lunch, shopping, entertainment and community booths
What you can do now:
- Sign up to run!
- Spread the word!
- Put together a team!
- Become a corporate sponsor!
- Donate to support Team Homeboy as our homeboys and homegirls run along side case managers, employment services counselors and volunteer teachers. We'll all say thanks!
- $40 Adults
- $20 Children
- $30 Groups (10 or more registrants)
Each registrant will receive an exclusive 2012 Homeboy Industries 5K Run/Walk t-shirt, along with a goodie bag and a certificate for free Angela's Potion in the Homegirl Cafe or Homeboy Bakery.
Meet Homeboy Industries' Associate Executive Director, Hector Verdugo, and Director of Re-Entry Services, Shirley Torres, cast members in the new documentary G-Dog, a film by Academy Award winner Freida Lee Mock at a VIP reception and benefit screening. Saturday, October 13th. 7pm. Sun Valley Opera House, Sun Valley, ID. Tickets required. http://www.sunvalleyonline.com/2012/10/02/g-dog-sun-valley-film-premiere
Bring a picnic or grab dinner at the Homeboy Marketplace, rock out to your favorite Oingo Boingo songs with Johnny Vatos Boingo Dance Party (featuring former members of Oingo Boingo) and then, after the sun goes down, watch an advance screening of “G-DOG”, the new documentary from Academy Award ® Winning filmmaker, Freida Lee Mock. The film follows Father Greg Boyle and the men and women of Homeboy Industries as they faced the financial crisis that almost closed their doors forever.
Gates @ 6:00pm / Band @ 7:30pm / Movie @ 8:30pm
General Admission is $40 (advance)/$45 (regular), VIP is $150 (advance)/$155 (regular). To purchase tickets, please CLICK HERE or call 323.461.3673
"G-Dog", the new film by Academy Award winning film maker, Freida Lee Mock, will be screening at this year's LA Film Fest on Father's Day (Sunday, June 17, 2012) at 4:20pm at the Regal Cinemas at Regal Cinemas LA Live. Tickets are free, but space is limited. For more information about the LA Film Fest, and to reserve your tickets, go here. The documentary, which features Father Greg, Hector Verdugo, Louis Perez, Shayna Welcher, Brian Moon and Kyle Shoaf, chronicles life at Homeboy Industries during the economic crisis that almost forced it to close its doors. For more information about the film, visit their website at www.gdogthemovie.com.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has taken away most funding for Adult Education within the district. Adult Education is vital for the members of this community as it is an affordable source of quality education and vocational training. Please join Father Gregory Boyle and Homeboy Industries as we open our doors to the public and invite our community's leaders to candidly discuss this impacting issue. Friday, June 8 @ 4pm Homeboy Industries Headquarters 130 West Bruno Street Los Angeles, CA 90012